Media praise for iMovie '09 & iDVD: The Missing Manual

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"Pogue Press/O'Reilly's new book iMovie `09 and iDVD covers the new iMovie in a comprehensive way emphasizing the linkages of the new application to iMovie 6. The book is another of the "Missing Manual" series that follows the established brilliant template of comprehensive feature descriptions and explanations, practical guidance and tips, honest critique, and articulate and witty expression...This is a top-notch guide to iMovie `09 and iDVD."
-- John Suda, Amazon.com

"Do you want to know more about iMovie and iDVD? If you do, then this book is for you! Authors David Pogue and Aaron Miller, have done an outstanding job of writing a book that is designed to be used as the ultimate iMovie and iDVD manual. "
-- John R. Vacca, Amazon.com

"Just 23 pages in, you're given a detailed tour of the options for importing video from a variety of sources. This can be daunting for new users, but Pogue and Miller will leave you confident about the subject, whether you're dealing with a straightforward digital camera or importing from analogue tapes. "
-- MacUser July 17, 2009 Issue

"One of the best things to come on the market for us is the Missing Manual series and this book does not disappoint. And yes, it is true “It should have been in the box” as they say on the cover."
-- Virginia Chilcote, Bay Area MUG-Florida, October 2009 MouseBytes

"The book is very well organized and intelligently laid out...an essential guidebook for anyone who is considering creating videos and DVD using the Mac platform. It is an excellent first step towards more advanced programs such as Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere."
-- Mark Shapiro, Internet Video Magazine

"I could not have made my first movie without iMovie '09 & iDVD The Missing Manual...I highly recommend iMovie '09 & iDVD: The Missing Manual. Aaron Miller has written an excellent ’09 update. He makes light reading of what could be a heavy subject, but without forcing David Pogue’s natural humor. "
-- H. J. Jackson, Northern Vermont Macintosh User Group (NVMUG)